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Fairytales will be the theme tonight. We will share our favorite poems and songs and short short stories with a fairytale theme, or just read whatever we like as we always do. Poets, musicians, storytellers, creative writers of every stripe, comedians, and activists all welcome. Come join a welcoming, supportive, and diverse community.
All the equipment is there!! We just need YOU!!
C’mon down and rock out!! You don’t perform?? No worries, just hang out, have a drink or 2, and listen to the tunes. The food is great too…
There are windows on either side of the bar where partrons can order food to eat in the bar. The Pizza Kitchen is on one side and Happy Gardens Chinese on the other.
You deserve it! Commit to your art in the New Year. Get motivated and lose the stress about painting with acrylics. In this six week intensive learn the skills, strategies and techniques to turn your interest into a passion. Whether you are new to painting or a seasoned vet, Marc takes the hassle and confusion out of working with acrylics in a positive learning environment. See how less is more. Get the most out of your expression by simplifying materials and using a limited color palette. Join Marc Morin for this acrylic drawing and painting class.
+ $25 SUPPLY OPTION – Try without purchasing (Teacher gives students supplies to use during class, student can keep what they worked on)
+ $85 SUPPLY OPTION – Teacher to purchase supplies for students to keep.
For teacher provided supply options send email to Marc at: firstname.lastname@example.org and make check payable to Marc Morin by January 5, 2017 deadline.
bring these materials to our first class. If you have other materials you prefer you are welcome to bring them as well.
and other acrylic paints you would like to bring
Palette knifes, quantity 2
1″ Painter’s Brush, quantity 2
Flat, size 4, quantity 2
Flat, size 8, quantity 2
Round, size 1, quantity 1
Round, size 6, quantity 1
9″x 12″ canvas paper
Canvas board 12″x 16″, quantity 5
Stretched canvas 18″x 24″, quantity 2
Palette – disposable, wood or glass
Jar or cup to hold/carrier water
On 33 1/3rd Thursdays bring some records and sign up to share some special cuts with us. 45’s are okay, too! You can take a little mic time to tell us about the tracks, or just play them.
Each month, we’ll have a featured album-side, as well. Stay in the loop by joining the 33 1/3rd facebook group.
How many songs you get to play depends on how many people bring records. Get there early and get on the list!!
Our first night was covered by The Huffington Post!
Hosted by LynnHappens editor Seth Albaum
On sale, January 21 – April 16
Eyal Oren – Photography
Louis & Marjorie Rizzo – Watercolor Paintings
Helen Eckmechi – Jewelry & Paintings on glass
Pam Duncan – Jewelry & Felt textiles
Joanne Deveau – Ceramics
Maureen McKinnon – Preserved Florals
The MAA Artisan Shop features affordable, one-of-a-kind crafts and fine art by our artisan members. All work is priced below $260. The Artisan Shop is on a seasonal rotation; new work for sale by different member artisans is presented every three months.
There will be an Opening Reception for the Artisans and their work on Thursday, January 26, 5 – 7pm.
Join us for Piano Bar w/ Bonnie MacLeod! Get up and belt out a tune or two,or simply sit back and relax!
“BONNIE MACLEOD is a highly versatile and accomplished pianist, singer and composer. She combines a fascinating and eclectic array of artistic influences in her cabaret and concert performances. Her gifts have brought her around the world including Europe, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and North Africa. Having lived in New York City for seventeen years, she appeared at such venues as the Rainbow Room, the Waldorf Astoria and Windows on the World. She also appeared in several off-Broadway productions including Noel Coward’s Waiting in the Wings. She has performed on Regency Cruise Lines with itineraries featuring Alaska, South America, the Caribbean and New York/Montreal.
Her original compositions for piano are beautiful, delightful and diverse. Her influences include classiscal, jazz and impressionist techniques. Robert Sherman of WQXR FM Radio in New York City calls them “…delightful and sensitive piano miniatures.”
Bonnie now lives in Boston. Her music continues to delight her audiences, and to bring artistry and excellence to her craft.”
Rockage is back after our holiday hiatus. We will be rockin everybodys fav Lynn live music locale the Brickyahd. Come hang with us. We are always adding new music and will be debuting new tunes from Bush, ZZ Top, Molly Hatchet and Thin Lizzy. Add them to our already classic line-up and you won’t be able to keep from singing and dancing right along with us. Happy New Year. Time to rock again. See you soon.